It was originally a limited release, but then it became popular.
The founder of both Tasmania’s Moo Brew and Museum of Old and New Art, David Walsh, isn’t a fan of IPAs. In fact, despite growing Moo Brew into the island’s largest craft brewery, Walsh vowed to never make an IPA.
Even Moo Brew’s head brewer, Dave Macgill – a bonafide IPA fanatic, mind you – happily agreed, having always been of the opinion that there were too many IPAs out there. Then the ‘what if’s’ crept in.
So, Moo Brew dipped its toe in with a Limited Release IPA and made Walsh drink it. Not only did he not fire his brewers for breaking his golden rule, the limited run proved the IPA was a hit and it was added to Moo Brew’s core range.
A “heavy-hopperised” beast with fruit-driven notes and a piny, resinous backbone, the Moo Brew’s IPA manages to stand out even in the oversaturated market. With a 6.66% alc/vol and a balanced blend of specialty malts, it’s no wonder this brew won over an adamant anti-IPAer.
Order online or find your nearest stockist by visiting the Moo Brew website.